Juventus are prepared to offload their star for just £20 according to reports from Italy. Ronald was bought from Real Madrid for £80 million. He was supposed to help the Italian giants Juventus to win the Champions league. This has failed as they were knocked out this season by the dramatic come back of Fc Porto, but Ronaldo has helped Juventus win several league cups since joining them back in 2018. So far he is their top scorer in all competitions. Ronald is eying a move back to real Madrid with only one year left in his huge contract. Juventus are determined to offload the star to cut off the huge budget wages due to the effects of corona virus. This season Juventus are at position 3 ten points behind the league leaders inter milan. Juventus sporting director once told the sky sports that Ronaldo is one of their best players and they are planning to keep him but also added that they could sell him if need be. Let’s wait and see if he will make a shock move to madrid.
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